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Selective responses to faces, scenes, and bodies in the ventral visual pathway of infants. Current Biology 32, (2021).
Acute social isolation evokes midbrain craving responses similar to hunger. Nature Neuroscience 23, 1597 - 1605 (2020).
Infants represent 'like-kin' affiliation . Budapest Conference on Cognitive Development (2020).
Leveraging facial expressions and contextual information to investigate opaque representations of emotions. Emotion (2019). doi:10.1037/emo0000685
Parts‐based representations of perceived face movements in the superior temporal sulcus. Human Brain Mapping 40, 2499 - 2510 (2019).
Representational similarity precedes category selectivity in the developing ventral visual pathway. NeuroImage 197, 565 - 574 (2019).
Imaging the infant brain. Japanese Society for Neuroscience Kobe Japan, (2018).
Formalizing emotion concepts within a Bayesian model of theory of mind. Current Option in Psychology 17, 15-21 (2017).
Modeling emotion attributions as inference in an intuitive theory of mind. Mechanisms Underlying Emotion Regulation and Developmental Psychopathology (2017).
Organization of high-level visual cortex in human infants. Nature Communications (2017). doi:10.1038/ncomms13995
Rational quantitative attribution of beliefs, desires, and percepts in human mentalizing. Nature Human Behavior 1, (2017).
Decoding task and stimulus representations in face-responsive cortex. Cognitive Neuropsychology (2016).
Functional organization of social perception and cognition in the superior temporal sulcus. Cerebral Cortex 25, 4596-4609 (2015).
Functional organization of the human superior temporal sulcus. Organization for Human Brain Mapping (OHBM 2015) (2015). at <https://ww4.aievolution.com/hbm1501/index.cfm?do=abs.viewAbs&abs=3635>
Parts-based representations of perceived face movements in the superior temporal sulcus. Society for Neuroscience Annual Meeting (2015). at <https://www.sfn.org/~/media/SfN/Documents/Annual%20Meeting/FinalProgram/NS2015/Daily%20Books%202015/AM15Monday.ashx>